Anderson .Paak is gearing up to release his forthcoming album, Oxnard. Ahead of its release, the Ventura, CA native will be going live on the Beats1 airwaves for his new ".Paak House Radio" show.

Beats1 has announced that Anderson .Paak will be getting his own show on their station titled, ".Paak House Radio." The "Tints" artist will be airing four episodes of the show before the release of his forthcoming album, Oxnard. The show will include the accompaniment of .Paak's live band The Free Nationals, who are gearing up to release their own album in the near future. The show will include in-depth discussions alongside other musicians. They'll also be chopping it up about live jam sessions, beat battles, cyphers, culture talks and curated funk.

The first episode of the show airs this weekend on Saturday, Oct. 27th at 3 p.m. EST/ 12 p.m. PDT. You could tune in here. The episode is set to include an interview and freestyle with YBN Cordae, a freestyle from Yebba Smith and appearances from Mac Demarco and Teddy Ray. 

Anderson .Paak's forthcoming album, Oxnard is gearing up to drop on November 16th. The rapper just released the music video for his single, "Tints" which includes fellow California native, Kendrick Lamar.

Aside from Kendrick Lamar, Oxnard will also feature J. Cole, Pusha T, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Q-Tip, BJ The Chicago Kid and more.

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